This is where we go wrong, instead of listening and understanding their painful stories we jump into conclusion. There is a saying not to judge a book by its cover but unfortunately it doesn’t work with us as society because we are too quick to judge. This is actually making it harder for the victims to rehabilitate and adjust with society and ends up getting re victimized.
A victim needs assurance and acceptance to recover from all the traumas they have gone through but only 5% out of 100 people in the society shows acceptance towards them, which make them feel like an outcast, putting the blame on themselves. When we read cases about survivor champions, we see how acceptance can help a victim to fight against human trafficking which implies the power of acceptance and we as a society lacks in this area.